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  • Police Reports
  • District Justice Recuses Himself from Ziegler Case
  • One Lawsuit Withdrawn in Douglass Township While Another Moves Forward
  • Upper Perk School Board Hears Alleged Transportation Blunder, Book Controversy
  • Acts of Vandalism and Illegal Activities Have 
Green Lane Making Changes  to Parks Ordinance
  • ​Hereford and Seisholtzville Fire Companies Announce Autumn Events
  • Red Hill Borough Council Seeking New Member
  • Historic Bush House Hotel in Downtown Quakertown Fighting a Downhill Battle
  • Lower Frederick Ambulance Proposes Merger with Plymouth
  • Montgomery County Officials to Visit Upper Perk
 

 

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Written by Kelly Kalb Correspondent
September 17, 2014

        A frustrated John Calder took to the podium at the Sept. 11 school board meeting in Quakertown stating his daughter, Madison, was unfairly punished by district administrators.

        Calder said Madison, a 17-year-old senior at Quakertown Coomunity High School (QCHS), was cut from the field hockey team for "practicing civil disobedience and sending mixed messages to her team."...



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